Sign up for our Email updates and get a free

Detroit Meeting Planner's Guide


Deals tile L2


  • Make an appointment to tour Second Baptist Church, once part of the Underground Railroad.

  • Hear the stories behind the artwork during daily, guided tours Tues.-Sun. at the DIA.

  • Groups of 15 or more receive admission discounts at The Wright Museum.


We're a tour de force.

We've got cars, culture, gaming, music, sports, historic landmarks, amazing architecture and more — all great avenues for Detroit group tours. You can use traditional motorcoach transportation, or bike your way around the city. Be adventurous and book a fun segueway tour to explore The D — a quick lesson on how to ride a segueway is included.


  • Learn about Detroit's role in the Underground Railroad as part of our African American tour. Because of our strong African American heritage, The D was designated the first authenticated African American Heritage Destination in the world by the Travel Professionals of Color. This suggested itinerary includes a stop at the Motown Historical Museum — Hitsville USA to listen to the original sounds of Motown and see where it all began.
  • We designed a special Family Friendly tour with many ideas for adults and kids to enjoy The D.
  • For all things automotive take our Gear Heads tour to discover why we are still the Motor City. 

No matter passion or interest, we can assist you in customizing the perfect itinerary to meet your needs in the D. View more sample tour itineraries.

Tour Services

The DMCVB can help you make the most of your tour to our region. We offer several services to make your job easier. If you are interested in any of the below services, or would like us to customize a tour for your group, please email Nikki Donald at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or call 888-CALL-DTW (225-5389).

  • Digital images
  • Familiarization tours and site inspections
  • Lure brochures (highlighting major attractions)
  • Mailing shells
  • Tour Planning Manuals
  • Videos (highlighting metro Detroit)
  • Visit Detroit Magazine (visitor guides for your attendees)

Nikki Donald
Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau
211 W. Fort St., Ste. 1000, Detroit, MI 48226

Direct: 313-202-1972
Phone: 888-CALL-DTW (225-5389)
Fax: 313-202-1971
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

"Detroit is one of the most beautiful cities as far as its architecture and the friendly population.."  Check out Irene's video.

— Irene Healey, Founder of newAttitude
… I grew up there. I am amazed at all the new and wonderful things, especially Cobo Center.

… I know how hard everybody has worked to make a great comeback.


 "The city's industrial past is already giving way to a high tech future, and the excitement we've seen throughout the city ­ as well as the success that new tech firms have already had ­ is making the Big D one of the best places to launch a tech startup this year."

— Dan Blacharski, editor-in-chief String





… the newly renovated Cobo Center looks amazing and is a great venue for conventions!

… of its resurgence, breweries and distilleries.

… I love a great comeback story!

… of the fantastic walkable downtown, fantastic new restaurants and @detroitrvrfrnt.

… I want to be part of something amazing, a revitalization of making America great again.

… the downtown transformation is truly amazing! Check out America’s greatest comeback city!


Fast Fact

The Marriott at the Renaissance Center is the tallest hotel in North America. When it was opened in 1977, it was the tallest hotel in the world.